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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

TUESDAY_ MARCH 1'EARS',

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1. What's up?
Looking for
my wallet.
8. The last time I dropped in
you were taking the sink
apart to get at your tiepin.
j didn't want it
to rust.
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5. How come you have so much
trouble keeping your hands
on your capital?
They don't call me
Hot Fingers for nothing.

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By GRAYLE HOWLETT

72 times in 16
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games in the con-I

2. In the lighting fixture?
I once found my
watch there.
;f
4 A month ago you left your
clarinet on the bus to Boston.
I really miss the
old licorice stick.
KY
6. If you want to start hanging
on to your money, I'd suggest
Living Insurance from Equitable.
The premiums you pay keep
building cash values that
are always yours alone. And
at the same time, the Living
Insurance gives your wife
and young solid'protection.

Sports thrive on unpredictabil-i
ity. Las Vegas oddsmakers just Volmar and State lived up to
don't have a chance. expectations as the former tallied
five points and the latter scored
Case in point: The Michigan .seven times to record an easy 7-1
State icers moved into last week- victory over the sluggish Wolver-
end's series with the Wolverines ines on Friday.
boasting of a 4.5 goal per game Lots of Scoring?
average and an offense which in- Now, what prediction could
cludes the first and third leading have been made concerning their
scorers in the WCHA conference, arematch on Saturday night? Right,
Doug Volmar and Mike Coppo re- a game filed with a lot of scoring
spectively. Michigan carried sim- where the unlucky fan who slipped
ilar credentials as the hot-and- out for a box of popcorn would be
cold icemen had rattled the nets the loser.
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Wrong. The two teams battled
for over 60 minutes without a
score until senior forward Barry
MacDonald won it for the BlueI
with his overtime goal.
But the whole WCHA season
has been this way and has kept
the fans playing "Would you be-
lieve . . .?" all year long. In the
last month of play only the
league - leading Michigan Tech
Huskies and the tailenders, Colo-
rado College and Duluth, have
kept their same place in the stand-
ings.
Operating on the premise that
a hot night could make anybody

a winner in this conference, the
WCHA will inaugurate a new play-
off system. "We switched to the
new playoffs this year," Michigan
coach Al Renfrew stated, "where
every 'team plays every other in-
stead of just the top four teams

WCHA Standings

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FINAL
W L
Michigan Tech 15 4
Minnesota 13 9
North Dakota 13 9
Denver 10 7
MICHIGAN 9 9
Michigan State 911
Colorado College 4 12
Duluth 3 15

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Thursday Night Playoff Round
Michigan State at Michigan
Duluth at Michigan Tech
Denver at Colorado College
Minnesota at North Dakota

MEL WAKABAYSHI

AP POLL:
Kentucky StrengtheO

as it was last year because we Bessone. coach of the Spartans,
figured it would stimulate inter- mildly disagreed: "It's just one
est. This gives everybody a chance game now (single game loss elimi-
and, I believe, picks the best rep- nation). Personally, I think it's
rbsentative." a lousy system. But wait a min-
Bessone Disagrees ute. I guess it has its merits be-
While up in East Lansing Amo cause if this were last year we'd
be too low to get in."
While Bessone is making up his
mind, the Wolverines are having
no second thoughts. "We're ready,
and everybody is well," Renfrew
commented referring to the rash
of flu which had knocked Mac-
Donald and captain Mel Wakabay-
ashi out for a few days last week
and which prevented Mark
Thompson from skating against
State Saturday night.
Still Thinking of Saturday
While the playoffs and a pos-
b NCAA berth are on every-
body's mind, still the memory of
Saturday's night thriller lingers.
Senior defenseman Ted Henderson
put it this way: "The playoffs
have a lot of pressure but Satur-
day's game was most exciting. I
know it just boils down to one
game with State but now we know
that we can beat them. We really
DOUG VOLMAR took the wind out of their sails."
Barry MacDonald, whose elev-
enth hour heroics gave the icers
their first victory over State this
year. felt that that 1-0 win "gave
us momentum. We're the type of
ls L ead; team that can get up for one
game. It's perfectly suited for us.
We can outhustle thesother team."
Certainly the icers earlier wins
T enaainst Michigan Tech prove this
fact.
Henderson and MacDonald are
Wake Forest in overtime. seniors who have been through
There were no changes in the this before and tend to play down
next four positions as Chicago the pressure angle. On the other
Loyola held fourth, followed by:and, the sophomores readily talk
Vanderbilt, Kansas and St. Jo- about it. Harold Herman, the
seph's of Pennsylvania. The four Blue's first yeai goalie, has a dif-
were unbeaten last week. ferent outlook. "The playoffs have
Providence switched places with a lot more pressure because you
Nebraska, the Friars climbing to have to play your best hockey.
eighth and the Cornhuskers .slip-But this whole team has the same
ping to ninth after losing to Kan- dewng.heafeweksabut e
sas, 110-73. Providence lifted its down the last few weeks. But we
record to 21-3 with victories over bwi nnhthecntm a mes ."
New Orleans Loyola and Holy by winning the next few games.
Cross. Lord Plans on Winning
Cincinnati is the only new team Another partner in defense with
in the rankings. The Missouri Herman is Bill Lord, the sopho-
Valley Conference champions, 20- more defenseman from St. Paul,
5, replaced Michigan in tenth who has already planned on win-
place ning the next few. "If we get into
The Top Ten, with first-place the NCAA tournament," Lord half-
votes in parentheses, won-lost way prophecised, "it will be the
records through games of Sat- biggest thrill of my life. I've play-
urday, Feb. 26 and total points ed in playoffs before because we
on a 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 basis: were Minnesota state champs, but
1. Kentucky (38) 23-0 396 it is certainly tougher in these.
2. Texas Western 22-0 330 The hockey is much better up here
3. Duke 20-3 311 with better competition."
4. Chicago Loyola (1) 21-2 244 The Wolverines will certainly
5. Vanderbilt 21-3 219 have a hard job in containing the
6. Kansas 20-3 215 offensive rocket launched by MSU
7. St. Joseph's, Pa. (1) 21-4 133 this Thursday night when the two
8. Providence 21-3 90 teams face-off against each other
9. Nebraska 18-4 44 at 8 p.m. at the Coliseum, but no-
10 Cincinnati 20-5 37 body is going to make any pre-
Others receiving votes, listed dictions. Mike Marttila, who is
alphabetically: Davidson, Day- at that awkward age (being a jun-
ton, Houston, MICHIGAN, Okla- ior), put it best: "With one game
homa City, Penn, Rhode Island, like this, either you do or you
St. John's of New York, San don't. We'll be up for this one, and
Francisco, Syracuse, Utah, Vir- I can guarantee you that they
ginia Tech, Western Kentucky. won't catch us flat."

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By The Associated Press first-place votes and 396 points
Michigan's Wolverines dropped in the voting by 40 regional ex-
out of the national rankings fol- perts based on games through last
lowing their loss to Iowa last week, Saturday. Kentucky, which de-
91-82. Michigan still remains feated Mississippi and Tennessee
the national top 20, with two last week, faces Tennessee again
games remaining, against unrank- this Saturday and Tulane in its
ed Northwestern and Michigan final game on March 7.
State. Texas Western has 330 points
The Kentucky Wildcats, need- on a basis of 10 for a first, nine for
ing only two more victories to second, etc. The Miners advanced
complete an unbeaten regular one notch after defeating West
season, have strengthened their Texas and Colorado State for a
lead in the Associated Press col- 22-0 mark.
lege basketball poll. Texas West- Duke, which trailed Kentucky by
ern, also undefeated, replaced 48 points a week ago, slumped to
Duke in second place. third. The Blue, Devils lost for the
The Wildcats, 23-0, collected 38 third time this season, 99-98 to
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